Montgomery Canal Restoration

March/April. 2013

    In spite of adverse weather conditions over this period, progress has still been made.

The SUCS Work group have continued with restoration of the Redwith to Pryces Bridge section.

The photos below illustrate some of their achievements.

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Thanks to the efforts and dedication of volunteers, full restoration of the canal is definitely becoming much nearer.

A look at the completed work near to the end of Redwith Wharf .

Showing the temporary dam.

Looking from Redwith Bridge showing completed work (almost in water).

The new liner with its block covering shows the latest restored section.

A good achievement considering recent weather conditions.

Looking back along the latest restoration section.

Seen from by the temporary dam.

When the weather allowed. A more optimistic view.

SUCS 270 yards done 188 to do.

Looking towards Pryces Bridge from the temporary dam.

Almost back in water!

Pryces Bridge, seen from the temporary dam.

The canal can’t wait to get back in water.

In spite of terrible weather experienced over the past year, the restoration

continued whenever it was practicable to do so.

Approaching the site of the culvert looking towards Lloyds Mill.

Far bank profiling is ready for the liner.

A closer look from by the culvert.